LIGHT DELIGHT – Temperature Sensitive Bathroom Fixtures

by , 06/15/06

Light Delight, Temperature Sensitive Bathroom Fixtures, LEDs

When we first wrote up the Hansa Canyon temperature-sensitive bathroom fixtures last year, people went nuts trying to figure out how to procure some of the high-tech LED faucets from the elusive German company. Unfortunately those Hansa Canyon people didn’t seem to be on the ball and were unresponsive to all the email flooding in from the states. Now we’ve just discovered another European company making similar temperature sensitive bathroom fixtures which illuminate your water with blue light when it’s cold, red when it’s hot, and violet when lukewarm.

The Light Delight faucet system was recently introduced by Italian company Equa. (Wonder where they got the idea?) We don’t personally like the traditional design of these quite as much as Hansa Canyon, but for those people who just gotta have the illuminated water faucets, perhaps these will be a little easier to get your hands on? Here’s hoping…

Contact Equa for more details on the Light Delight.

Via Popgadget

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  1. reinhard zetsche November 16, 2006 at 10:16 am

    hi jill,

    having designed hansacanyon in early 2005, I´m pleased by the interest in the product on US-market
    there is a distribution of hansacanyon by KWC-usa
    an there will be some more usa-fitting canyon-varieties coming soon…

    if You want to know more about the product, just give us a link…


    reinhard zetsche/octopus-design
    donnersbergerstr. 32
    d 80634 münchen

  2. james November 6, 2006 at 5:39 am

    I like the faucets on EXCITINGLIGHTING.ORG They have illuminated knobs and spout and the water changes with temperature. Yours are okay but are not of the conventional designs. Also like most faucets I have seen that illuminate batteries are required. Not so with the Luma Faucets!!!!

  3. Adam June 15, 2006 at 2:34 pm

    Oh my goodness. Not nearly as well crafted as the Hansa Canyon. I’m not sure if I’m a fan of this one. It’s a shame about the availability of the canyon though.

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